After getting evicted from their apartment in Los Angeles due to taking in a stray dog, filmmaker John Chester and food writer Molly Chester decide to try and cultivate a storybook farm in The Biggest Little Farm.
America isn’t the only country with a portion of its population rejecting refugee clemency (although it’s the most high profile due to international stature, economic wealth, and so-called Christian charity). It’s also not the only
Want a first look at Robotman on the set of Doom Patrol? Need a crash course on the revamped origin of Captain Marvel? How does the dialogue count of all the Avengers stack up against
Daily Podcast: Marvel TV Shows, Avengers 4, Space Jam 2, Child’s Play, House With A Clock In Its Walls, Girl in the Spider’s Web
On the September 19, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including
Mia Hansen-Løve has carved a unique career for herself as a filmmaker of tacit sensitivity and stories on the margins of more familiar ones. Eden traversed the well-worn story of a rise-and-fall musician by having
Venom will chomp his way into theaters next month, giving Tom Hardy the chance to do yet another weird voice. While Hardy is covered in CGI goo while playing Venom, there’s a surprising amount of
Adam McKay has been working on his Dick Cheney biopic since mid-2017, and before 2018 is over, we’ll get to see it. For the longest time, the film was known by its working title – Backseat.
Reed Morano may have just made her long-awaited return to feature filmmaking, but she’s heading right back to the small screen. The Emmy-winning director of The Handmaid’s Tale has just signed an on overall deal with Amazon
‘Shirkers’ Trailer: A Singaporean Director Goes Searching for Her Missing Film in Mysterious Netflix Documentary
When Sandi Tan was a teenager in 1992 Singapore, she decided to make her first movie. It was to be a slasher road movie and it was going to be Singapore’s first indie cult hit
Paul Feig is fresh off surprising audiences with a thriller starring Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively, but he’s already planning on getting back into comedy, this time with some romantic holiday flare. Last Christmas is